We have developed a deep understanding of working with the public sector over the last 60 years.
Working for both central and local government J Tomlinson understand the importance of anticipating and managing risk to keep costs under control, but also delivering to tight timescales whilst maintaining the highest levels of safety and quality.
We pride ourselves on understanding and delivering works in central and local government buildings. We have developed our processes to cater for the array of protocols and regulations inherent in public works. Additionally we strive to undertake transparent, in depth communication with clients and with any other stakeholders involved in and affected by the project.
J Tomlinson’s adaptability and integrated building solutions means we can undertake a variety of public projects, and we have longstanding relationships with public sector clients who provide testament to this.
J Tomlinson has extensive experience in creating and maintaining high security facilities such as HM Prison Service, the Ministry of Defence, the Ministry of Justice, Office of the Public Guardian and many Local Authorities across the Midlands and Yorkshire.
Our team are experienced in working in highly secure environments, and understand client’s specific requirements for sensitivity and confidentiality. Our teams are experienced with strict procedures for accessing and working in and around such environments.
The construction of the new Mansfield Transport Passenger Interchange is part of a package of improvements Nottinghamshire County Council and Mansfield District Council are delivering to encourage swifter, greener travel in Nottinghamshire and attract more business to the area.
East Midlands Housing Group (EMHG) has experienced a significant rise in the number of void properties as a result of the Government’s welfare reforms which have reduced the level of benefits received where a property has a spare bedroom.
The design and construction of a new BREEAM Excellent Enterprise Centre for Bolsover District Council. This project is part funded by the European Union.
The project comprised of the refurbishment of the Bestwood Housing Office, including demolition and alterations, new internal works, external works, signage, mechanical and electrical works and refurbishment of the existing areas.
Following the successful award of grant money from the European Regional Development Fund and the Heritage Lottery Fund, Culture Coventry was able to go ahead with plans to redevelop Coventry Transport Museum and Old Grammar School.
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service required a new base to reflect the needs of a modern station. The London Road fire station was proposed to provide energy efficiency, an excellent location for emergency call outs and additional office space for Nottingham City Council’s Emergency Planning Team.
Huge congratulations to J Tomlinson trainee quantity surveyor Joe Gent who has won the Rising Star Award at the East…Read More
Two members of the J Tomlinson team have been shortlisted as Rising Stars in the East Midlands fbe Awards. It…Read More
Growing integrated building services company J Tomlinson has continued its investment in health and safety by installing life-saving defibrillators across…Read More
J Tomlinson were recently recognised for contributions to the local community at a special event organised by Ashfield District Council….Read More
On July 1st 2017, a team of J Tomlinson employees ranging from engineers to office staff took to the River…Read More
Considerate Constructors Scheme mascot Ivor Goodsite has been visiting the regeneration department of J Tomlinson and going out and about…Read More
Building services company J Tomlinson has been named as a finalist in the Nottingham Post Business Awards 2017. The firm…Read More
A team from J Tomlinson took to the saddle in support of a mixed-ability bike ride along the Leeds Superhighway….Read More
Construction services company J Tomlinson is taking a stand for the first time at the Leeds Apprenticeship Recruitment Fair. The…Read More